"Mouse: Impossible" Wins "Best Super Short" at FOFA

"Mouse: Impossible" Wins "Best
Super Short" at FOFA
Congratulations to Animation Apprentice student Robin Herrmann whose short film "Mouse: Impossible" has won "Best Super Short Film" at the Future of Film Awards.

Mouse: Impossible is a short animated film created by Animation Apprentice student Robin Herrman.  "Mouse: Impossible" was written, produced and directed by Robin, currently studying for his MA in 3D Animation at our degree-awarding partner, Buckinghamshire New University

This is the latest of many awards for "Mouse: Impossible".

Mouse: Impossible

Herrmann_Robin_DA703_HQ from Rob in on Vimeo.


Inspiration for "Mouse: Impossible"
"Mouse: Impossiblewas created as part of the third module of the Master's Degree in 3D Animation at BNU, Module DA703, in which animation students study the art and craft of animal and creature animation.

Mouse: Impossible at IMDB
You can find "Mouse: Impossible" at the IMDB.

Robin Herrmann
Robin Herrmann also created the short film "Journey of Life" while studying at BNU. Journey of Life recently won an award for Best Director (Super Short Film) at the Future of Film Awards, as well as many other awards. 

Robin is currently studying for his MA in 3D Animation at Buckinghamshire New University.

Festival Success
Mouse: Impossible has won a number of festival awards:

Animal & Creature Animation Resources
For more resources on how to learn the art of animal and creature animation, follow the links below



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